Two days ago, Woodson left his visit with Denver without receiving a contract offer, but the two sides reportedly remained in contact.
In addition to the Broncos, Woodson, 36, has visited with the Raiders, the only team known to have made an offer to the free agent.
In March, it was thought Woodson would find a home in San Francisco. At the time, the 49ers needed to fill a void left by Dashon Goldson, who signed on with the Buccaneers. But San Fran opted to go in a different direction, drafting former LSU safety Eric Reid in the first round.
The Giants were among four teams -- including the Seahawks, Dolphins and Jets -- to discuss adding Woodson to their rosters in March, following his release from Green Bay on February 15.
Anderson reported then Woodson was looking to join a contender, leaving Seattle and the Giants as likely landing spots.
The Giants' safety tandem consists of Antrel Rolle and Stevie Brown, who after finishing with the second-most interceptions in the NFL last season earned a one-year deal this off-season.
Corey Webster has been a staple in the defensive backfield, again projected to start at cornerback opposite of Prince Amukamara. Jayron Hosley is expected to man the nickelback.
Beyond the starters, depth does remain a question. The team signed corner Aaron Ross in the off-season, while Ryan Mundy and Tyler Sash are primary backups at safety.
Woodson could provide a versatile, veteran presence for the secondary, a unit that at times was the Giants' shakiest on the defensive side of the ball. And at this point in the off-season, the Giants will not have to break the bank to add him.
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